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What is the tense of the underlined verb in the sentence? My family flew to Chicago to attend a wedding. A. past perfect B. future C. present D. past
My family flew to Chicago to attend a wedding. In this sentence "flew" is in the PAST tense.
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My family flew to Chicago to attend a wedding. In this sentence "flew" is in the PAST tense.
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